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Hallucination Limited delivers a limited edition vinyl only release from none other than fellow New Yorker… Zev of Wolf + Lamb. Gathered here are Zev’s strongest outings for the club since the brilliant “Forget The World feat. Beckford". We dare say this is his best work to date with “Queen Of Hearts” being one of the freshest takes we’ve heard on good ole house music this year. Pushing all the right buttons, but also some most would never think to. QUEEN OF HEARTS feat. PANU MOON The initial groove instantly does what all great house does, but what follows are the contemplative vocals of a showman on the road via Panu Moon’s soft country drawl… playfully tweaked by Zev adding an edge without taking away from Panu’s croon. An unexpected techno vibe begins to ebb and flow over the groove yet it all magically stays together through the voice of a man searching for the Queen of his Heart. It’s house music with both an edge and sense of humor not unlike Paperclip People, but in a vein more akin to “Every Now And Then” by Ralph Falcon. CAN’T GET HIGH For our bodies and minds this taps directly into the spirit of Brooklyn’s nu-disco house scene from the honest eyes of Zev. A smiling groove laced with a sense of urgency for those bodies on the dance floor speaking their minds . The city, the man, the feeling all come through….. Can’t Get High … without you. TONIGHT Tonight plays like a lost classic. A familiar vocal calling soars skyward into the night turning this low slung bass groove into a rally for disco glory. It encapsulates a sound that would be right at home during the magic hours of any house DJs dance floor from Doc Martin to Danny Tenaglia… Cassy to Harvey.
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